10 September 2015

Two Many

Anglave sent me that.

Origins of the word two.

I noticed no Scots-Gaelic, and postulated that Scots can't count.  There's One then Many in their numbering "system".

Then it hit me...

"E Pluribus Unum" translated "One from Many".

The founders had a high percentage of masons...

Scottish Rite is a large branch of masonry...

Many is Scots-Gaelic for any number more than two...

We're on the other side of the looking glass now!

Try the chemtrails, tip your stewardess.

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